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Being neurodiverse is not a barrier to success, but traditional job interviews might be

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Emma did not reveal she is neurodivergent

ABC Radio Brisbane / By Antonia O’Flaherty

When applying for jobs, Emma did not reveal she is neurodiverse because she was concerned prospective employers might judge her.  

“I can relate to the insecurity, to insecurities about revealing your neurodiversity, and about whether or not you would be judged on that,” Ms Sellars said. 

“Or if you feel your job would be secure if you made a mistake.

“Would it be blamed on your neurodiversity or would you be treated equally?”

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